You are about to listen to a recording of my conversation with Douglas Weidner, Chairman of the Knowledge Management Institute (KMI).

Douglas Weidner is a pioneering KM practitioner.  He is a respected KM consultant, columnist, speaker and mentor.  He co-founded the first KM professional society and is a past president of its Washington, DC-based Chapter.

Formerly a Chief Knowledge Engineer at Northrop Grumman. Among his clients are World Bank, the UN, NASA, the World Health Organization and many other government agencies and commercial firms. 

Full Bio (PDF)

Some of the topics we chatted about include:

–         the right place to start a KM initiative

–         how to encourage grassroots projects

–         how to avoid throwing millions of dollars out of the window

–         who should lead KM work at the executive level

–         the future of KM

Tune in !

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